Invites may be on your mind, but don't forget about the notes that save seats and help guests navigate venues. A click-and- print makes the task a breeze, thanks to our editable clip art. Available in a variety of fonts, the signs can block off space for VIPs and designate restrooms. Just hand them off to your planner or MOH pre-celebration to post.
To pull off a memorable getaway, hitch this lacy sign to the back of your car. Download our clip-art calligraphy, print onto 11-by-17-inch paper, and carefully cut out the stencil. Arrange it and Yesteryear Glam vintage lace appliqués on top of a piece of bogus paper -- which is similar to kraft or butcher paper -- cut to 30 inches, and spray. Mount the bogus paper on foam core, tape monofilament to the back, and affix the sign to the car by shutting the strings in the trunk's hinges.
Forget tin cans tied to a car bumper, and hop onto a bicycle built for two with a trailing pennant spelling out your new status. Print it onto heavier "Classic Crest" 11-by-17-inch 110-pound cover paper (paperpresentation.com), secure it to your ride with a dowel, and top with ribbon.
Update guests about happenings (the couple's arrival at the reception, cake-cutting, first dance) by asking young guests to raise descriptive paper flags at the right time.
Download the clip art; print onto medium-weight 11-by-17-inch paper, and cut out. Roll the end of the flag around a 1/2-inch dowel and affix with double-sided tape. Tie a ribbon below the flag.
Drape a garland of festive flags made from scrapbooking paper -- each bearing a guest's name and table number -- near the entrance of your reception, or simply make the banners as decorations you can hang throughout your reception. Creating the banner will be a breeze; get started by downloading our template.
Dress up a serving table or add some sparkle to a photo booth with these easy-to-make paper-flower lights. To add drama, use a bright, bold shade of vellum on the big flowers and an understated, light shade on the daises. For a playful look, place uneven numbers of daisies between the larger flowers. Use only daisies near the ends of the strand to avoid weighing down the lights.
For a unique idea, work this angle: Download our diamond template and cut the shapes out of adhesive-backed vinyl sheets (a good source is VinylSuperStore.com). Then stick them to the wall using our diagram of the finished design. When the night winds down, peel them right off.